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Chris Tomlin - "Christmas Day"

On the heels of wrapping his fall tour this weekend and the launch of a Christmas tour in December, Grammy-winning artist  Chris Tomlin is debuting a new single today with the release of "Christmas Day" featuring We The Kingdom. The song is part of the Christmas Day: Christmas Song of Worship EP available on November 15 and will include four songs, three originals including "Christmas Day" and the classic “Little Drummer Boy.”

New Single from Matt Redman - "The Same Jesus"

"The Same Jesus" is Matt Redman's first single from his upcoming album, Let There Be Wonder, set to release in early 2020. Matt is back with a bold declaration for today’s church; a song that celebrates the story of God, and his faithfulness through every generation. Matt said, “I’m really excited about this new song. I love that, when we worship him in the here and now, we’re worshipping the same Jesus who spoke creation into being; the same Jesus who walked the earth, who went to the cross, who rose up from the dead, and is coming back again. We’re caught up in his eternal story, and it’s a beautiful thing that we get to worship him as the God of yesterday, today and forever – the one who was and is and is to come.”

VIVE Worship - Resonance

VIVE Worship​ of ​VIVE Church has released Resonance, their first full length live album. The sound is fresh and celebratory, filled with declarative praise, bold lyrics and faith-filled worship for the local church. The 10-track album features leaders and musicians of VIVE Worship who serve faithfully in weekend worship experiences across their 10 locations.

Lexi - "There Is More"

Motown Gospel recording artist, and television and radio personality Lexi releases the powerful faith-inspiring ballad “There is More” along with an exclusive lyric video on YouTube. Written by Lexi, along with multi-Dove-Award nominated producer Dana Soréy and award-winning gospel singer and composer Deon Kipping, the single is available on all digital platforms today.

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